Grab users can access GrabWheel service by downloading the GrabWheels beta app on their iOS or Android devices during the pilot period.
CoHive just unveiled a bouquet of new products last month, namely CoLiving (living spaces), CoRetail (new retail), and CoHive Event Space (events).
GGWP is a indonesia-based multi-platform e-sports company which was created with a vision to make ‘e-sports for everyone’.
Southeast Asia's automotive sector is booming. It’s a lucrative industry thanks to a large population and rapid urbanization in recent decades.
Waresix connects shippers & business with available warehouses & trucks across Indonesia, providing better transparency, quality service & improve income.
The recent Indonesia Millennial Report from IDN Media shows that television & online media are the most popular platforms for content among millennials.
Gen.T is a set of lists issued annually by Asia Tatler, part of Edipresse Group. Since 2016, it recognized 400 extraordinary young individuals in Asia.
Advertising Tech is a game changer that’s already seeing ripple effects globally. Nowhere is this more apparent than in a country as populous as Indonesia.
Much of the startup activity in Indonesia has arisen in order to solve local problems, such as that of the largely unbanked population of Indonesia.
Defining it as those who had raised Series B funding rounds and beyond, e27 presents 5 of the most exciting growth stage startups in Indonesia.
Last year, Nalagenetics won its 1st major contract from the Indonesian health ministry to distribute 1,000 genetic test kits in Papua & West Papua.
In the last decade, education systems around the world have undergone massive changes, led by tech disruptions that challenge the status quo.
EV Hive, an Indonesia-based co-working startup, said today that it has raised $13.5 million and expanded into CoLiving and CoRetail.
Feedloop provides the building blocks for marketers to create highly interactive marketing campaigns such as survey, quizzes and interactive storytelling.
The Creative Economy Agency (Bekraf) projected a 20-30% growth in the number of startups in Indonesia, thanks to a high demand for digital solutions.
Market for SaaS products is anticipated to growth by 21.2% between 2018 and 2023, reaching as much as US$117 billion in value by the end of 2022.
CEO Satoru Steve Naito said he co-founded Anyplace to meet his own needs as a “digital nomad” who likes to move from city to city every few months.
In a nascent ecosystem like Indonesia, small and quick wins like Loket could go really far. It will turbocharge the venture ecosystem for various reasons
This oversubscribed fund is supported by a diverse set of strong partners including SoftBank Group, Pavilion Capital, Indies Capital, and other investors.
Since 2009, East Ventures is focusing on the early stage startup with young and mostly first time founders, from various industry (agnostic).
Fintech is one of the fastest growing digital industries in the Indonesian startup scene, thanks to the a confluence of good timing and government support.
VC investments can lead to employment and spending growth. Here’s how Indonesian venture capital support the country’s development goals.
Kedai Sayur has more than 2,000 vegetable hawkers joining as their partner in Greater Jakarta area and the number continues to grow by 60% per month.
Now with 70 employees, The Fit Company comprises various wellness operations, including a gym, a healthy catering service and healthy restaurants.
e27 noted down five of the most mind-blowing quotes said by founders when they talked about building their companies. Some of them might surprise you.